Mark Aerial Waller

Mark Aerial Waller (b. 1969 UK) is a London-based artist whose work operates in a space that surrounds or passes through the moving image, its history, and its viewing. 

Waller founded the event-based project The Wayward Canon in 2001, where archival film and video artworks are reconfigured with audience and spatial considerations, events include 40 Days at the Rhumba, Kunsthall Oslo (2018) and Yoga Horror (2014) at Tate Britain.

Above all, Waller’s activities have gradually evinced the erosion of the distinction between his own work and these ‘secondary’, parasitic practices – in other words, it is his own work which is ultimately displaced, or transformed by its cross-fertilisation with the work of his predecessors and contemporaries.” (Mike Sperlinger) 

International exhibitions include a retrospective at CAAM, Gran Canaria (with book)

He studied Film and Video with sculpture at Central St Martins and currently is a PhD researcher at Kingston University.

Works by Mark Aerial Waller

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